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מְזַוַה – Pantry/Cupboard

November 19, 2011

כתבתי לפני היום על המכונות במטבח. גם יש עוד מקומים במטבח השוב לאוכל. הבן שלי מצה אחד מהם היום – המזוה – שם יש העוגיות…

I wrote before today about machines in the kitchen.  Also, there are other important places in the kitchen for food.  My son found one of them today – the pantry – where there are cookies.

Now, we don’t normally let our son (who is 3) into the kitchen – we prefer to let him roam around out in the living room, but there’s all kinds of sharp things in there.  Today, though, my wife was sleeping so I was watching him while she napped, and kept a good eye on him… and it was only during the fifteen seconds I didn’t pay attention that he went in and found the cookies in the pantry.  (Of course, that means he was watching what we do when we’re on the other side of the gate, so the cookies are now on a higher shelf…)

I think at this point that we’ve covered everywhere there is in the kitchen to store food, and most of the devices to actually make it.  I’ll branch out again tomorrow into other terms and verbs…


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